Irish Gaelic: ard or mór Scottish Gaelic: àrd
In Irish Gaelic it's ard;in Scottish Gaelic it's àrd.
In the Irish, called ARD RÍ;In the Scots Gaelic, ÀRD RÌGH.
ARD stands for alright in a text.
Ard stands for alright when used while texting.
no it does not
* El ard in Arabic meaning the land, or the earth * Action Replay DS
wizard dullard coward
The cast of Ard ard - 1998 includes: Ashraf Abdel Baqi Ilham Shaheen
The suffix -ard is found at the end of nouns. It indicates a person who usually engages in a particular activity. Examples of such words include wizard, drunkard, and coward.
ard na shee
Billy Ard is 6' 3".
Coward, Dullard, Wizard
An ard is a plough consisting of a spike dragged through the soil.
There was no purpose for the High Kings of Ireland to have a name in Latin, as such there is no such title, however in Irish Gaelic the appropriate title is Ard Rí na hÉireann.
Jim Ard was born on 1948-09-09.
Ard Matthews was born on 1975-03-23.
Ard Schenk was born on 1944-09-16.
Sam Ard was born on 1939-02-14.
I'm not sure but I don't think so... Sorry if I'm wrongARDS- acute respiratory distress syndrome; adult respiratory distress syndrome
afterward and backboard